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Astronomy Abbreviations used: M - Messier; LMC - Large Magellanic Cloud; SMC - Small Magellanic Cloud; UV - untraviolet; ly - light years; mly - million light years; bly - billion light years; Ba - billion years ago; Ma - million years ago; B - billion; M - million; SMBH - super massive black hole; SN - supernova; VLT - Very Large Telescope; ESO - European Southern Observatory; MW - microwave; IR - infrared

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Our amazing universe! Enjoy RUSHWORLD boards, MY GOD IT'S FULL OF STARS, GHOSTLAND SCENES OF ABANDONMENT and UNPREDICTABLE WOMEN HAUTE COUTURE. Follow RUSHWORLD! We're on the hunt for everything you'll love! #Universe #OurAmazineUniverse #MyGodItsFullOfStars

Our amazing universe! Enjoy RUSHWORLD boards, MY GOD IT'S FULL OF STARS, GHOSTLAND SCENES OF ABANDONMENT and UNPREDICTABLE WOMEN HAUTE COUTURE. Follow RUSHWORLD! We're on the hunt for everything you'll love! #Universe #OurAmazineUniverse #MyGodItsFullOfStars

John Martinaeu - The Dance of Venus (An accurate scientific drawing of Venus stunning pattern around the Earth. Our closest planetary neighbour draws a huge pentagram pattern around Earth every 8 years or 13 Venusian years. Four of the eight-year Venus cycles are shown, with the motion of Venus around Earth over 32 years), “A Little Book of Coincidence”, 2002.

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John Martinaeu - The Dance of Venus (An accurate scientific drawing of Venus stunning pattern around the Earth. Our closest planetary neighbour draws a huge pentagram pattern around Earth every 8 years or 13 Venusian years. Four of the eight-year Venus cycles are shown, with the motion of Venus around Earth over 32 years), “A Little Book of Coincidence”, 2002.

The Star in the East and Three Kings | Wise Men | Magi

The Star in the East and Three Kings

by D.M. Murdock/Acharya S Excerpted and adapted fromChrist in Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection"Osiris's coming was announced by Three Wise Men: the three stars Mintaka, Anilam, and Alnitak in the belt of Orion, which point directly to Osiris's star

Project 6: Infographic Process

Missions to the Sun

The first infographic of a series depicting missions (manned and unmanned) to various celestial bodies (the sun, planets, dwarf planets, etc) to show people what we've done with space exploration in the last 60 years or so. It's part of my fourth year graphic design thesis on space exploration at OCAD. The text at the bottom says: The sun is a yellow dwarf star at the center of Earth's solar system, and it is approximately 4.57 billion years old. It is estimated that in about 5 billion years…

MOON - The bright sign of the dark

MOON - The bright sign of the dark

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The body of the ORION CONSTELLATION. Below the three stars of Orion's Belt, is the great Orion Nebula, representing Orion the Hunter's sword, hanging from his belt. The star, Betelgeuse, is so large that if it replaced our sun, its edge would reach Jupiter.

The body of the ORION CONSTELLATION. Below the three stars of Orion's Belt, is the great Orion Nebula, representing Orion the Hunter's sword, hanging from his belt. The star, Betelgeuse, is so large that if it replaced our sun, its edge would reach Jupiter.

OMG Space (c) Margot Trudell

OMG Space

Local(-ish) badass/Toronto-based designer Margot Trudell has collected every space mission from every space-faring country in history into this awesome infographic map/timeline in her OMG SP…

Pleiades Tattoo Idea. Minus the connecting lines. Just a cluster of tiny little dots, varying slightly in size, in indigo and white ink.

The Pleiades

Pleiades Tattoo Idea. Minus the connecting lines. Just a cluster of tiny little dots, varying slightly in size, in indigo and white ink.

OMG SPACE: Earth 1950 - 2000 Art Print

OMG SPACE: Earth 1950 - 2000 Art Print by silentt

OMG SPACE: Earth 1950 - 2000 Art Print

First Night Out Series: Finding Your Way Around The Sky — Simulating the Universe

First Night Out Series: Finding Your Way Around The Sky — Simulating the Universe

The Big Dipper is a great starting point for learning the night sky. Being circumpolar , it never completely sets or dips below the horizon—it's visible in the night sky year-round! The Big Dipper itself is not a constellation , but it resides in one called Ursa Major, the Great